Here at The Other Stories, we’re invested in our authors – that is, the authors we’ve featured in the past (and the ones we’ll feature in the future!). We hope you’re interested in seeing what the authors that we’ve interviewed have been up to, as the list below has some of our talented authors’ new and upcoming publications. Click through the links to find out more about the pieces!
Jesse Bradley (episode 2): The Adventures of Jesus Christ, Boy Detective, published by Pelekinesis.
Eric Silvera (episode 13): “Extinguished Heart” and “Picnic,” published in Rat’s Ass Review.
Kristen Major (episode 18): “Failure: A Writer’s Manual,” published in issue 5 of No Tokens Journal; and “A Little Night Story,” published in Litbreak.
Will Heinrich (episode 19): “The Deadly Comedy of the Israeli Border Patrol in the Cave of the Patriarchs” and “Finding Dark Humor in the Plight of the Feminist Artist,” published in Hyperallergic.
Jacob M. Appel (episode 26): Coulrophobia & Fata Morgana, a short story collection to be published by Black Lawrence Press in August; The Topless Widow of Herkimer Street, to be published by Howling Bird Press in November.
Zachary Tyler Vickers (episode 28): Congratulations on your Martyrdom! published by Indiana University Press; you can find an interview about the book here.
Anne Whitehouse (episode 36): “On the Osa,” first-prize winner of RhymeOn! 2016 sponsored by Loudoun County Public Library; “One Summer Day on the Number One Train,” a winner of the 2016 Common Good Books’ poems of gratitude contest.
Ríona Judge McCormack (episode 47): “Some Strange Moon,” winner of the Hennessy First Fiction Award and republished in The Irish Times.
Levi Andrew Noe (episode 48): Rain Check, to be published by Truth Serum Press in July.
Eileen Merriman (episode 54): “Double Helix,” published in The Island Review; and “Prismatic,” published in Smokelong Quarterly.
Rebecca Schiff (episode 59): The Bed Moved, published by Penguin Random House.
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